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Survival instinct

The fall of civilization marks a new dawn for an Indigenous community in CBC Radio host Waubgeshig Rice’s novel


rachel idzerda

AUTHOR AND CBC rAdio host Waubgeshig Rice grew up in the community of Wasauksing First Nation on Parry Island, a swirl of land at the eastern edge of Ontario’s Georgian Bay. On August 14, 2003, R ice was there v isiting his brothers when the power went out.

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